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. democrats were plus-7, when president obama got elected last year. and they were there. last night, when terry mcauliffe won the governorship. if you get presidential election type turnout in virginia, from here on out in all of their elections, republicans will never win again in that state. look specifically at the african-american turnout. when the republicans won that governorship back in 2009, the black turnout was 16%. when president obama was on the ballot last year, black turnout turned up to 20% of the electorate. last night again, black turnout was 20% of the electorate. african-american voters in virginia turned out. even though it was not a presidential year. even though it was an off-off year. and if african-american voters can turn out like that again in every election in virginia, that is a nightmare for the republican party. so yeah, ken cuccinelli lost, and the republicans lost the governorship. both of those are history-defying, bad news, bad bench marks for the republican party. and who turned out, looks bad for virginia republicans not just for last night's race but f
on the healthcare.gov relaunch, another obama care crisis waiting in the wings. as thousands of americans discover you really can't keep your doctor. >>> and a life saving court decision now being undermined by the obama administration. should the feds ban payment for bone marrow donors? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report." facing sharp criticism from allies in saudi arabia and israel and deep skepticism from some members of congress, president obama this week defended last sunday's deal with iran, praising the diplomacy he says is responsible for halting the progress of their nuclear program. calling the accord an important first step towards peace. >> huge challenges remain. but we cannot close the door on diplomacy. and we cannot rule out peaceful solutions to the world's problems. we cannot commit ourselves to an endless cycle of conflict. tough talk and bluster may be the easier thing to do politically but it's not the right thing for our security. >> joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor dan headinger. foreign affairs columnist dan stevens.
'm megyn kelly. just last week as president obama was claiming that he was sincere but mistaken in his repeated promises that if you liked your health care plan you could keep it under obama care, top attorneys in his justice department were telling ale federal court something very different. first, here is the president last week. >> there is no doubt that the way i put that forward unequivocally ended up not being accurate. it was not because of my intention not to deliver on that commitment and that promise. we put a grandfather clause into the law but it was insufficient. >> got that? he intended to deliver on his promise with the grandfather clause, but the clause proved insufficient. he stressed that the only people affected by the broken promise were those on the small 5% of the public individual market. tr group health care plan. as it turns out, oas the president offered those excuses to you his administration was arguing something different to a federal court saying, i quote, we'll put up the graphic in a moment. in a moment. the control room says it has a misspelling so we'l
. >>> breaking tonight, serious new worries about president obama's plan to save more than 5 million americans from having no insurance thanks to his signature health care law. plus, a new warning about how tens of millions of americans will likely lose their insurance at work in the coming months. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. a series of developing stories concerning thecare rollout. first, involving a white house meeting with insurance insiders that took place earlier tonight. the insurance folks came out of the meeting warning about higher premiums and about potential gaps in coverage for the americans whose policies have been cancelled. people who had insurance and liked it and got cancelled thanks to the law and now appear to be in no man's land. the second story is a new report predicting a second wave of some somewhere. in the coming months. this involves business, corporations, group health insurance and that's a much larger market. we have been telling you about it. marc thiessen is a former speech writer for george w. bush. take it in reverse order. >> sure. >> peopl
. he's a bum. >>> 2015, not this year. got to wait for it. >>> obama fix is in supposedly. is it even possible? this is special report. good evening. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. president barack obama held the hour long news conference in which he admitted the obama care roll out was rough, crumbled and ultimately on him. the president proposed a fix for those who received cancellation notices from insurers after receiving assurances from him, if you like your plan, you can keep your plan, period. we have fox team coverage. jim looks at medicaid enrollment numbers and staggering costs. mike emmanuel examines the costs. win dell good evening. the president has a fix he's proposing that might not do it either. >> vowing the pressure largely from red state democrats and congress, president barack obama offered a fix he said would remove the affordable care act as the reason people are receiving cancellation notices. >> current plans will extend to 2014 and americans who's plans have been cancelled can choose to enroll in the same kind of plan. >> president barack obama gave th
here. we are definitely looking out for you. >>> breaking tonight the obama care numbers are out and in the words of the architect of the president's signature legislative achievement, we are disappointed. dr. emmanuel joins me live later tonight for round two of our spirited the discussion. but first welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. just hours ago we learned that the numbers appear to be even worse than originally reported. less than 27,000 enrolling in the federally run exchanges. 27,000. as for the state-run exchanges that have been working better less than 80,000 signed up there. we don't know how many, if any of the people have paid for the plans as opposed to saying they want them and putting them in the shopping cart. meantime tax-pair funded health care is popular. the medicaid roles spiking by nearly 400,000 people. look at the disparity there. the biggest number of all, now more than 5 million americans who have lost their health insurance despite president obama's pledge that if you like your health care plan, you can keep it, period. now those 5 million a
delaying obama care, here is an important thing. just the personal tax, the "if i don't seen up" tax is over $300 million a month. the administration now is dealing with a cost of delay that if they did their job right they wouldn't have. that's one of the reasons the president is resisting it. he wants the revenue. he wants you forced into it. if he takes it off he's afraid he won't hit the goals. >> at every level it is an epic failure. this is the health and human services chief information officer, a guy that testified before your committee. congressman chafitz of utah asked how many times he met with sebelius. i want your response to this exchange. >> since the end of august how many times have you personally met with secretary sebelius? >> i'm not sure. probably once or twice. >> when was the last time you met with the secretary? >> i believe that it was during the shutdown. the secretary had regular meetings with senior leadership. >> so you met one time in october? >> i believe so. >> you are the chief information officer. you met one time in october with the secretary. >> ma
of the end of obama care. tonight the president is in pennsylvania attending a private fundraiser. hours ago he faced the american people and announced the so-called fix for more than 5 million people who have seen their insurance policies cancelled despite repeated promises that they could keep their plans. in a major about face the president told insurers they can renew the policies if they want to at least for now. listen. >> so state insurance commissioners still have the power to decide what plans can and can't be sold in their states but the bottom line is insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be cancelled into 2014. >> this comes just one day after we learned that fewer than 27,000 people have enrolled in the federal exchanges that are supposed to help finance obama care. with the exchanges struggling for enrollees the president has potentially allowed millions of people who he was counting on to join the exchanges to instead avoid them. that could spell disaster for this law. more on that later. still a number of democrats said the fix doesn't go far enough. and the
in washington. let me start tonight with this. the demolition campaign on anything obama continues its relentless run even today. with protesters out in the streets of washington denying this president's legitimacy. the goal is to erase this president's election and re-election. replacing it with a republican-enforced shutdown. not just on getting health care to the tens of millions lying in emergency rooms today, but on everything on every progressive front. it's not an overstatement to say right now even the very notion of elected self-government is now openly and shamelessly under assault. with the president's enemies now extend is nothing less than expunging the legacy from the history books before it's even written. clarence page is with the chicago tribune. and ron reagan is a former radio talk show host and msnbc contributor. the tea party is waging a water in an effort to nullify the president's existence as an american. tease are some of the highlights from a tea party rally today in washington, d.c. which included activist larry klayman who has accused the president of being
obama builds a legacy of peace. that's causing right wingers to choke. as commander in chief, the president has made it clear that sending troops into harm's way should always be a last resort. that tough diplomacy should always be our first option. for the first time in nearly a decade, iran will freeze. iran has agreed -- inspectors will do the monitoring. in return, the u.s. has agreed to provide iran with relief from sanctions. it could be a first true step towards disarming iran. an advance the president said was made through diplomacy, not tough talk. >> we cannot close the door or diplomacy. we cannot rule out peaceful solutions to the world's problems. we cannot commit ourselves to endless conflict. and tough talk and bluster may be the easy thing to do politically, but it's not the right thing for our security. it is not the right thing for our security. >> there's no doubt this is a complicated issue. some members of both parties have voiced concern. but this deal with iran gets to the heart of what type of leader we have in president obama. he won the nobel peace p
, as chris stirewalt mentioned, is a really bad thing for obama care and democrats. >> so whoever wins in virginia, and if it is the northern virginia suburbs that are still outstanding, that is very good for mcauliffe. but because obama care has been such a factor late in this race and the exit polls so far have told us that, what does that portend for those who are looking forward to the 2014 elections? >> it portends bad things for democrats in the red states. that is a bad sign, this race, even if mcauliffe wins by two to four points, that is a sign that obama care moved this significantly. remember, virginia is a state that dealt with the government shutdown. when it happened, it really opened the lead for mcauliffe, it affected the race greatly. when obama care rolled out, it affected this race drastically. as the night went on, we got another wave of exit polls. that spread, and then the state was 53% opposed, 45% support that suggested that obama care opposition made a big difference. >> and of those who opposed obama care, they overwhelmly voted for the republican. >> 80/11, 8
. >>> president obama's 80% solution to obama care. and a possible political solution to the accountability question. plus senator rand paul joins us for center seat. this is "special report." >>> good evening miami bret baier the obama administration is not denying a report that it would happily take a four out of five approach to declaring the president's health care reform plan a success. but even that relatively modest achievement may not be enough to keep some in the administration from losing their jobs. we have fox team coverage tonight. mike emanuel is on capitol hill with congressional democrats in disarray. jim angle here in the bureau with why the president's most recent offer to fix the program just makes things much worse. but we begin with chief white house correspondent ed henry on the latest efforts by the president to stop the bleeding from obama care. good evening, ed. >> good evening, bret. you remember last week the president vowed to fix his credibility with the american people. he starts tonight on a conference call with organizing for action to try and rally his polit
byrne win down with the guy where mr. young in alabama that didn't think that president obama was born in the united states. and the tea party rather than again going on the attack and trying to root out rhinos and squishes and everything else, i think they should take heart that ken cuccinelli could have been elected governor over a flawed candidate terry mcauliffe in the state of virginia with his conservative rhetoric if his allies, senator cruz and others, hadn't slammed the door on the government and brought us to almost the brink of default where cuccinelli got wiped out in northern virginia. i don't care how much money he >> it's like rodney dangerfield. not a lot of credit coming from the right to the governor of new jersey for his huge win up there carrying all the different economic groups and winning by 60%. on the other hand out there rooting for cuccinelli who lost. >> right. i think what you have now is a divide in the party between those who want to elevate chris christie in that main line wing of the party. and because they see him as somebody who has now proven he can
. >>> the politics lead. a new book claims the obama/biden campaign was a taylor swift song waiting to happen. that's one of the juicy insider details from the election. obama and romney campaign officials dishing dirt and settling scores. >>> the sports lead. one nfl player is out and another suspended for what? late hit? helmet to helmet tackle? nope. allegedly it's for the same type of behavior we usually attribute to mean girls in high school. >>> good afternoon. welcome to "the lead." i'm jack tapper. we begin with the national lead. moments ago, the head of the union representing officers with the transportation security administration issued a statement calling for some of those officers to be armed in the aftermath of friday's shooting at los angeles international airport. the statement reads in part quote, at this time, we feel a larger and more consistent armed presence in screening areas would be a positive step in improving security for both tsos and the flying public. the development of a new class of tsa officers with law enforcement status would be a logical approach to accomplishing
obama won. one year later after a gop autopsy and a vow to rebrand, they haven't learned anything. any moment dozens of senate republicans are expected to vote against a gay rights law that would ban discrimination against gay and lesbian employees in the workplace. that's 39 republicans who didn't get the memo. why? because they haven't learned anything. what about women's rights? republican senator lindsey graham is now launching a new fight against a woman's right to choose. calling for a 20-week abortion ban. >> i've been a pro-life member of congress since day one. i'm proud to lead this charge. >> todd akin was once proud to lead this charge. how'd that work out? again, they haven't learned anything. and this extreme ideology is particularly bad. look at virginia. the republican candidate for governor ken cuccinelli is as far right as they come. he thinks same-sex relationships are immoral, wants to ban abortions with no exception, and once said it's possible the president was born in kenya. and he's plunging in the polls. 12 points behind. so why is that? president obama was in
. >> besides reapportionment, the shrinking white majority claims to power through this. one of president obama's is picks was blocked. the vote was 56-41. sorry. that's enough, enough. you didn't get 60. that's the new tactic. i want to start with ron, get back to you on this question. it's not just they try to keep the other party out of power, but if they get into power through some hard-work being effort by the obama people to win again, winning enough votes despite all these efforts, they make sure they don't get to do anything. they use the 60 vote requirement on every little antsy thing. so they're hamstrung, so they win by not letting the other side win when they win. >> i think it's making sure that elections don't have consequences unless the republicans are winning. this is an unprecedented use of the filibuster by mitch mcconnell. in lyndon baines johnson's tenure he faced one fill buster. and about half of the executive appointments that have been filibustered, about half of them have come under the obama presidency. fill me in there and talk about all three of these efforts. not o
. >> the impact of the obama care debate in yesterday's election. >> obama care is a failure. >> get ready for this. >> kathleen sebelius is back on capitol hill. how long can a hot seat stay hot? >> obama care is a failure. >> when you look at what happened last night. >> republicans ha to work extra hard. >> were voters really sending a message? >> big questions remain. >> there is a lot to digest over this. >> the civil war within the republican party continues to rage. ♪ >>> the republican establishment is fighting back against the two party attempts to take over the republican party. and last night, the republican establishment won. >> i'll tell you it is a shame what happened to ken cuccinelli because -- he was betrayed bay his own party. >> in virginia, a weak democratic candidate beat a much weaker and crazy sounding tea party candidate, ken cuccinelli. today a disappointed rush limbaugh let his audience in on the dirty little secret of that campaign. >> shea didn't want him to win. this is the dirty little secret. not like it is a secret now. such is the animus towards the tea p
tonight we find out that president obama's approval rating is now be llow the approl rating of george bush at the same point in his second term. your former boss who was not popular. we were in the midst of iraq, falugia and beheadings. >> and katrina. it's only getting worse for him. this is a manmade disaster, a self-imposed wound. they are not just upset about the roll out. they are upset that he lied to them. when you lose credibility it's hard to get it back. president obama is digging out of a hole not just that people think the rollout has been incompetent. they think he lied to them, misled them. that portends for a bad second term. >> what do you make of the so-called apology last night where he attempted to hit the reset button? >> he needed to do it. if you look at what he said carefully it's interesting. he didn't actually apologize for lying to the american people or even misleading them. he didn't apologize that they are losing health care. he apologized that they can't get into obama care. this is the quote that was fascinating. keep in mind that most of the folk who is get
that critics like jack welsh immediately questioned. and which president obama repeatedly touted on the campaign trail in the final stretch before election day, watch. >> this morning, we found out the unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level since i took office. >> after losing about 800,000 jobs a month when i took office, our businesses have now added 5.2 million jobs during the past two years. >> on friday we found out the unemployment rate has fallen from the height of 10% down to 7.8%, the lowest since i took office. >> we created 5 million jobs, gone from 800,000 jobs a month being lost. and we are making progress. >> the census bureau has now released a statement saying it is taking these allegations seriously. joining me tonight, utah congressman, a republican and demanding answers and promising a full investigation. congressman, good to see you, so the essence now of the investigation will be what? >> well, we want to know what the census bureau knew, because there are allegations based on this article that we say. and it is just an initial article that there we
implemented what president obama wants to do and there's positive results. >> over the course of the next year or two, you're going to have a very big success for affordable health coverage. >> if you had had a moment with president obama, what would your advice be on how to make it right? >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. hope you had a great weekend. two senators from kentucky, mitch mcconnell, who heads up the republicans in the senate, and rand paul, who wants to be the president of the united states, these two senators have been the biggest obstructers and biggest bad-mouthers of obama care anywhere in the country. but look what's happening in their own backyard. this is the pulse center, and this is where mitch mcconnell and rand paul have never been. they have never been here in frankfurt, kentucky. it's an obscure office complex, it's known as building 12, and it's kind of hard to find. but this is where we were this morning. i wanted to go to kentucky to find out how this is working. president obama last week in a speech in boston, massachusetts, talked
. >> my contention is that the obama administration is encouraging parasites to come out and, you know, take as much as they can with no remorse. >> now, we can debate economic policy. we can debate how you aid those low income americans. but the disdain, the almost demonizing and denigrating of people because of the economic status, that to me is inexcusable, e.j. >> i think so too. they're acting as if all these folks have mansions right next door to donald trump on public benefits. they act as if all these folks don't want to work. one of the insidious things in the house bill is that they say they have a work requirement. but that's not a real work requirement, because states can cut people even if they're unemployed, even if they're looking for work, even if they can't find jobs that they want to take. and the state is under no obligation to help them. that's not a work requirement. that's just punishing people because the unemployment rate is high. and so it's crazy to talk this way about our fellow citizens and i agree with you. i think it's wrong. >> congresswoman, but there is
campaign on anything obama continues its relentless run even today. with protesters out in the streets of washington denying this president's legitimacy. the goal is to erase this president's election and re-election. replacing it with a republican-enforced shutdown. not just on getting health care to the tens of millions lying in emergency rooms today, but on everything on every progressive front. it's not an overstatement to say right now even the very notion of elected self-government is now openly and shamelessly under assault. with the president's enemies now extend is nothing less than expunging the legacy from the history books before it's even written. clarence page is with the chicago tribune. and ron reagan is a former radio talk show host and msnbc contributor. the tea party is waging a water in an effort to nullify the president's existence as an american. tease are some of the highlights from a tea party rally today in washington, d.c. which included activist larry klayman who has accused the president of being a muslim among other strange ideas. take a listen. >> we don't
care act headed back to the supreme court. will the contraception debate be what actually derails obama care? let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burr nut. "outfront" tonight we begin with the winter weather travel torrential rain, snow, tornado warnings. killer storm making its way east tonight wreaking havoc for millions of americans trying to get home for the ultimate family holiday of the year. southeast being pounded with heavy rain, snow and sleet are starting to disrupt travel in the north. as you can see. more than 40 million people are going to be traveling. 3 million of them by air. and a few airlines are planning for the worst tonight. delta and u.s. airways already saying they'll offer refunds for canceled flights and waiving some fees for destinations up and down the east coast where some of the most horrific delays are anticipated. we've got the storm and travel details covered from all angles. i want to begin with our meteorologist chad myers who's in the severe weather center tonight here at cnn. so chad, obviously you've been watching this storm wh
're not going back. >> this race was a referendum on obama care. >> you go around and say a lot of biologically stupid things. >> the tea party isn't nearly as much fun as it sounds. >> you sent a message, virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan position. >> despite being outspent by an unprecedented $50 million -- >> a lot of cuccinelli supporters a little bit bitter. >> this race came down to the wire because of obama care. >> republicans out of virginia. >> thank you, new jersey, for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> i have never seen a more explicit launching of a presidential campaign. >> maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in -- >> hey, washington, look at me! >> i sought a second term to finish the job. now watch me do it. >> how long can a hot seat stay hot? >> madam secretary, i repeat my request for you to resign. >> the president heading to dallas tonight. >> i've got one more campaign in me. ♪ >>> as the election day dust settles, president obama is picking up the pace in what he calls his last campaign. to make sure the affordable care act works fo
they can to deny the fact that obama was elected and then reelected. >> reporter: translation, gop obstruction is unprecedented. to back pup, democrats point to statistics from the nonpartisan congressional research service. in the history of the country there have been 168 filibusters of presidential nominees. about half, 82, happened turk the obama administration. >> in summary, this is a power grab. >> reporter: angry republicans don't necessarily dispute democrats' statistics about nominees they have blocked. inted they point to how many judges they have confirmed. 215, and rejected five. the president who opposed to their tag particular as a senator changed his tune. >> the vote today is an indication that a majority believe that enough is enough. >> reporter: when it comes to the fight that democrats call the last straw over vacancies in the d.c. circuit court of appeal, the republican leader argues, democrats are manufacturing a crisis to distract from the obama care debacle. >> a fake fight over judges that are not even needed. >> reporter: democrats say that they get that
obama is being have to fix the failing website. today, sggesting the product has not ended. the polls show the very people obamacare is aimed at do not seem interested in buying health care insurance from the president exchanges. i am lou dobbs. ♪ ♪ lou: good evening, everyone. uninsured were supposed to be the big winners when obamacare rolled out. but a brand-new galup poll so that an overwhelming majority of the uninsured haven't so much as log onto health care.gov. 82% of uninsured americans have yet to vis the site and 78% of them say that they have no plans to get insurance through those exchanges. all of that edit the text search leader told reporters that the website is long way from where it needs to be. and millions that are losing their insurance coverage because of obamacare, and a half apology, back on the campaign trail. blaming the webse designers will absolvinghimself in a dhs secretary kathleen sebelius. >> trying to shift the focus to new orleans, president obama could not note that he has been frustrated with healtcare.gov. >> i want to go into and fix it mysel
, he instead tried to rewrite his original words. here he is with his obama for america supporters. >> if you have or had one of these plans before the affordable care act came into law and you really liked that plan what we said was you could keep it -- if it hasn't changed since the law has passed. >> of course that wasn't true. there was never an if or a qualifier on the original promises. to the contrary, he said "period" and "guaranteed" that people would not lose their plans. so one noted political writer called the sound bite we just played, quote, lying about the lies. washington watched as a virginia democrat barely won the seat after he had a double digit leads in the polls the week before. obama care got the blame. yesterday more than a dozen democratic senators, all of whom voted for the law and were up for re-election showed up at the white house begging for help. telling the president he had to do something, anything. and now we get this. watch. >> i feel like you owe these folks an apology for misleading them? >> you know, i regret very much that what we intended to
should the president fire someone over obama care failures? right now, 66% of you say yes. 34% say no. >> the debate will continue online at cnn.com/crossfire. proudly from the left, i am van jones. >> more proudly from the right, i am s.e. cupp. join us monday for another edition of "crossfire." erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next. no man is an island. but don't tell that to barack obama. >> the truth of the matter is i'm accountable to the people who single me here. >> democrats and even the new york times turn on the president. >>> plus, murder charges. >> this monster that killed my daughter -- >> the man who allegedly pull the trigger did not know the woman who appeared bloody and drunk at his door in the middle of the night. >> i can't imagine in my wildest dreams what that man feared from her. to shoot her in her face. >> and it's not who you are underneath but what do you that defines you. >> please, caped crusader, we need you. and bring the bat kid. >> the bat kid saves the day for all of us. let's go "outfront." good evening. i'm erin burnett "o
obama meeting tonight with more than a dozen health insurance executives about his broken promise -- if you like your health care plan, you can keep it, period. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. as of tonight nearly 5.1 million americans have gotten cancellation notices leaving them effectively in insurance limbo. unsure if they will be able to keep their plans, if they like them or if they can join the exchanges if they can get on the website. worst case, uncertain if they will have insurance come the new year. these policies are cancelled as of now. they don't know where they are going. back in d.c., we hear it was a topic today. but when it was over the executives were ushered out of the building. the discussion was called, quote, productive. the insurance companies come out yesterday, not skultded by the president prior to the big fix being announced which affects their bottom line and how they will conduct business over the next few months. we all have a feeling about insurance companies but we need them insuring people for a few months and not dealing with the he
start tonight with this. president obama took back the health care fight today. he unleashed a brisk combination of both defense and offense. he declared people who had their own health insurance before his bill became law had a chance to reup with their current plans. a total failure to present even the outline of their own plan to save the country's 40 million uninsured from life in the emergency room. can the president regain control of the fight? can he begin to stand toe-to-toe with his critics with whom is empty handed? can he win the argument he alone is offering a solution to the country's health care challenge after decades of debate, log jam, and failure. can he win this historic test? howard fineman and jonathan gruber. gruber was an adviser to congress and the president on the affordable care act. anyway, president obama has taken fire for breaking a promise he made to the public that everyone can keep their health insurance plans if they like them. the president made no excuse today for what he said. he announced a move to make good on that promise. here he is. >> i comp
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